Comfortably furnished semi-detached house of a former, Swedish commandant's office from 1831. With beautiful fireplace and views of the Jasmund National Park. Rural and secluded location.
The interior of the house is a combination of modern elements and traditional furniture. The furnishings with lots of wood and the fireplace add to the coziness. On the second floor is a studio-like combined living and sleeping area.
Jasmund National Park is one of the few landscapes in Germany where the succession from closed forest to naturally open biotopes can be observed. In the area, a rich spectrum of near-natural ecosystems has been preserved to the present day, characterized by extensive self-dynamics. These include the shallow water zones of the Baltic Sea, block beaches, cliffs, forests as well as streams and bogs.